AJP Malaysia (“AJP”) has officially penetrated the Malaysian two-wheel market with the introduction of two new models, the AJP PR5 250 and PR7 600 Adventure. The company was previously known as AJP SEA Sdn. Bhd. back in 2015 and was appointed as sole distributor in 2016.
In 2018, AJP discovered a growing trend in enduro events and motorcycles, as well as a demand for such machines.
AJP today offers 3 variants of the PR5, namely Enduro, Extreme, and Supermoto. While the PR7 comes only with the Adventure trim.
The PR5 is powered by a single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid cooled 249cc, SOHC engine, producing approximately 30hp, bolted to a reinforced composite aluminium frame, weighing between 118-123 kilograms wet. Also mated to a 6-speed transmission, the rider could easily use this as a daily driver.
The seat is 94cm tall for the enduro and extreme options, whereas the supermoto trim comes at 89cm. As for the stopping power, both enduro and the supermoto option is equipped with a 2-pot caliper paired with 260mm brake disc and a 270mm disc for the extreme model. All 3 variants get the same 220mm brake disc in the rear with a single-piston caliper.
Should you require a motorcycle with a capability of going even longer distance, you have the PR7 600 Adventure. Powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled DOHC 600cc motor, churning about 60hp, you’re sure in for more fun.
With a rally-styled twin stacked headlights and windshield, factory equipped ASUS tablet as your navigator, 17 litres fuel tank, the said bike will be a challenger to many makes.
Prices are yet to be confirmed, however, for the PR5 is estimated between RM 23,000 to RM 35,000 while the PR7 is estimated between RM 55,000 to RM 60,000. There are also plans for buyers to be able to customise their order such as, but not limited to, powerparts, enduro-to-supermoto conversion.